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EVENING IIULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II.
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TIIUR3DAY, FEtl. 25, 1909.
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Tat Simile Signature of
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Tor Infanta and Children.
The Kind You Have
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Cohen Presents Petition
Aimed At Japanese
referred to ('ho Printing Committee.
Scnulu Ulll No. .IS mi net t encour
age (llvvrslftcd Industries camo ilowii
from tho Senate, mid paused Its first
A Proper Petition.
A plaint from the bughouse wait
heard In the Hump when tho clerk
toad n petition mldiessod to Hon. II.
Lincoln Holatcln, Speaker of tho House
of Representatives .md Hon. John II.
Coney, chairman i ' tbo Committee of
Health nnil I'olle. (lentlemcn," and
signed by fifteen tinplo)eoH of the In
kano asylum. Tl- declared that
they have to vent long hours amid
clangorous sorroumiliigs. The guntds
get 50 per now, ami think they ought
to have $GG, while 'he nurses want an
advance from $40 tn $j0 n month.
Hlhlo' First Bill.
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iiiiiiu. ui iiiu HUM I m.lllkli IIIIIW
Sixth Day Afternon Session.
If Ileprescntatlvo Joe Cohn,i suc
ceeds In having enacted Into a law ilio
Intent of petition whlcl. ho pri-BentcJ
In tho Home yesterday, It w.!l !? nee- duceil a bill to i ldo a hospital In
p II fintAau
g jj TEETH I
Called "The Honest Dentifrice"
because through sixty years no
honest effort has been spared to
give the public a dentifrice that
the teeth require It is an alkaline,
slightly astringent, deliciously fra
grant deodorizer and tonic for the
tooth and mouth structure. Use
Sozodont. It is absolutely pure.
Ben?on, Smith & Co., Agents
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF BONDS OF
HAWAIIAN SUGAR COMPANY.
We, the undersigned, W. U. llt.VI.V and K. I. SPALDING, Trustees
under Deed of Triitt ilaiud January 2 I, 1902, niado b HAWAIIAN 8U
(Alt COMPANY to tho undersigned tit- Trii3teoJ. hricby give notice to the
boudholdeis of tho Hawaiian Sugai Ci.mp.iny of the election of said Com
pany to ledeeni nnd pay. ami of tlu icdemptlon and payment of the
following numbered bonds of tsald Company on the KIHST DAY OF
AI'UIL. 1U09. at the otllce of the M12.tCANTILlJ TRUST COMPANY ,OP
SAN ntANCISCO In the City nnil Coupty of San Krmirlscn, State of Cul
j, 0 12,", 181 2lfi . .IOC .182 452
a r.i i2s isr. ai" -;iii" 390 4CJ
I . fir. 1110 l'SC 219 311 393 HCi
T. 72 131 187 2r,l 313 391 457
.6, 74 132 1SS 252 .118 390 4G8
12 7.". 137 1S9 253 319 397 400
13- 7t! 138 190 ' 255 " 320 39S 401
J,lj SI 139 191 257 321 399 402
f S3 140 193 ' 258 .123 100 405
20. 84 111 197 200 324 402 400
iff", S5 112 199 202 320 403 407
23,, 80 143 201 201 329' 409 408
21 S 115 2112 205 ' 333 410 474
25 89 14T 201 200 339 419 475
20 90 119 210 08 340 420 480
28 91 ilfiu 211 271 341 421 482
.29 92 153 211 272 313 421 483
do. 93 154 215 27.! 344 120 485
33 95 100 210 l 278 345 429 487
.17 99 101 21S ' 2S0 347 430 488
Tl 102 104 222 288 34.8 431 489
42" 103 1C0 220 - 289 351 432 491
45 101 107 228 290 352 433 493
40 100 108 233 291 351 434 494
48 107 109 231 292 300 438 ' 495
49 109 170 235 293 301 440 GOO
CO 113 171 237 294 302 142
54 111 172 239 298 303 t4l
GO 115 173 241 299 305 145
67 119 175 242 301 308 117
58 122 170 243 302 374 418
G9 123 183 24G 303 375 449
Tho liohlerH of above numbered bonds are hcicby nntllled to present
foi payment of pilnclpal nnd Interest to April 1st ,1909, nnd surrender
mill bunds at tho place nnd on-tlio ditto last above mentioned, nnd that
after April 1st, 1909, all Interest on anld bonds numbeied as aforesaid
uhall (enso .
Honolulu, T. II, IVbrunry 4, 1909.
W. G. IIIWIN.
' K. I. SPALDING,
1 Trustees under said Hawaiian Sugar
Company Tiust Deed,
$1 a Year
issary Tor I tlcklayers to ta.t an exam
ination 1 e!oro they uro allowed u.
work on niiv government unti prison
and the w.ll not pass If they aro not
citizens of tho United Stiitex. The
petition Is nntl-Oilental of course.
It was signed by 00 citizen-,. Tim
essential part of It Bays "that the rojil
department and other departments of
the Territory of Hawaii luivo niit-cU-l7cn
doing nil kinds of mason woiV
who aie unskilled und receive p:i at
the rate of $1.75 per diem, whereat a
mechanic In this and our line shunld
receive not less than M per diem. Now
therefore, we do respectfully petition
our honorably body that n law bo en
acted at this session of the Legislature
whereby It shall bo obligatory for all
woikers In this lino to tal.c an examin
ation touching upon their tpulincatlon,
und upon sattsfactnr) showing before
an examining boaid, duly qualllleil, a
ceitlflcnte to this effect be Issued,
t'howlng their competency and, too,
that they nro citizens and voteis, be
loro they shall lie allowed to work uh
In any gocrnment work within this
Spenker Ilolstcln miggctted that the
petition should be" referred to the Ju
diciary Committee. As Douthltt, tho
father of the pro-Jnpanese resolution
labelled by Senator McCarthy 11 "Unit
In resolution." Is chairman of tho Judi
ciary Committee, this suggestion did
not iecele enthusltstlc support from
I the member who presented the petl
1 1 Ion. Cohen protested vigorously and
was backed up by Sheldon, who wanted
tho petition u-ferred to tho Miscellan
eous Committee, which Is less pro
Jupancso In lentlment After a ronio-
what heated dub.ito tho Speaker gave
In, reserving the light, however, to
refer tho intttcr to tho Judiciary Com
A lengthy debate was caused by u
resolution by Kaleiopu that the Ap-
pioprlntlon mil bo made tho order of
tho day for next Monday, to bo consld
ereil In Committee of the Whole, nice
ipposod this, sajlng. It was too early
In tho Kcbhlon to take this matter up,
nnd besldis, tho bill and tho Governor's
message Lccoiupsuylng It still had to
bo prlutc.1. ,
Kaleiopu i.rutcsto.l vigorously at any
delay. Why, wo'io liable to have to
stay hero longer than 00 day, und get
no pay for o.ir tlnio," ho wnllod. "Wo
miii,t get ut this thing right uwuy ami
get it off our hands." Kaleiopu is In
deadly fear lest he bo called upon to
do bomethlng for the people for which
he shall not get his per diem,
Dually after a lung discussion and
tho announcement by Iltco that ho In
tcjitlcd to niovo to have tho water
works withdrawn from tho Territorial
government nnd turned oer to the
Lountles, tho matter, on motion of Cas
tro, went over to March 8.
Shortly nfter the noon recess tho
proceeding were Interrupted by tho
stentorian voice of tho Sergennt-at-arms
nt tho door way proclaiming the
urrlval of a messago fmm tho Govern
or, and tho entrance of the Immaculate
Mcllrlde, long-tailed coat, high hat and
nit, bearing tho Important document.
Smith Is Embarrassed.
A communication from Henry Smith,
clerk of the Judiciary Department, In
formed tho Houso that ho was em
barrassed by tho letter addressed to
him, In accordance with a House reso
lution, asking him for nn Itemized
Mntcment of moneys spent in his do-
paitment In order to get tho Infor
mation required It would be necessary
for him to spend most of a day In the
Auditor's ofllce, and he wanted the
clerk of the House to usk tho Chief
Justlco to giant permission for his
chief clerk to take the time for this.
A communication from Commission
cr Pratt Informed tho House that dur
ing tho 18 months preceding Dec. 31.
1908, his department had spent under
"Incidental appropriation $9,371.02.
Lack of money, Is tho reply of Land
Commissioner Pratt to the "forthwith"
resolution of Sheldon asking why ho
had not ndcrtlscd homestead open
ings In the papcrH of tho counties In
wlilcn tho lands wero to uu opened.
Mr. Pratt, In u letter to tho House,
stated that pi lor to December last all
homestead openings were advertised
In local county papers together with
Honolulu papers of general circula
tion. Hut dining December the "In
cidental nppropilutlou" became ex
hausted and advertising hail to bo re
duced to tho minimum reiiiicmeut of
two newspapers, one published In Lug'
llsh nnd one In Hawaiian. As It was
desired to leucb the whole people of
tho Terrltoiy, tho papers of largest
circulation were selected,
A resolution was lutioduced by Ma.
kekau for the appropriation of $10,000
for the establishment of a water woiks
at Kahuuloa, South Komi,
To Spend Millions.
Tho current exponso bill, carrying
$3,248,220, was Introduced by Itlco and
the district of Lan dnn, to bo known
the Main Ulu 1 I -le Hospital. The
Institution shall maintained more
especially for tli- benefit of Indigent
Kcnlnwaa In a 1. solution Introduced
by him, asks for t ""O for a reinforced
cuncrcto flshmark' ' nt llakalau, Ha
waii, nnd $2500 ri a similar building
nt 9 Miles, Olan
Another rcsopm n was Introduced
by Kcnlnwaa to in.pioprlato $1600 for
n jailor's cnttagi 1' Kapoho, Puna.
Still nndother Kenlnwan resolution
calls for a lioou appropriation for 11
(lie-room echoollinuse nt Kllohann
Mnkekatl Introduced a bill U nmend
tho tax laws. The mensuro provides
for a 10 per cent penalty for dil.tuiuen-
cy on personnl unit property taxcr, both
tax and penalt to bear Interest after
six months from ihe dnte of becoming
A Sliding Tax.
A graduated property tax Mil. Ini-
Hslng a sort of sliding scale tax on
nil property of cery kind fi.tmlng
thobasls of an enterprlBO for prollt waa
Introduced by Klnne) Only one-half of
one H-r cent Is to he assessed on pro)
erty valued nt JlooO; If tho property
taxed Is worth more than $5000 but
less than $10,000. 1-2 per cent tax shall
bo nBscssed against tho $5000 and 3-4
per cent against the value In excess
of $5000, Tho tax Is gradually to In
creuso as the amount of pro)crty In
creases In value until the maximum of
2 per cent on nn excess over $100,000
Initiative and Referendum.
Furlado Introduced his bill to "re
servo to the people the right of Initia
tive nnd referendum and providing tho
manner In which such right may bo
used as to legislation In the Territory,
r county, municipality, district or pie
clnct. Committee Reports.
Tho Miscellaneous Commlttco to
ported back Wnlw'alole's bill, II. 11. 44,
amending Act lOS.'S. L. of 1907, with
the recommendation thnt It pass. Tho
saino committee also reported favorab
ly on Nnkaleka's House Dili 35, rais
ing the pay of Territorial laborers to
$1.50 n day.
Tho Health nnd Police Committee
made n icport on Nnkaleka's House
Resolution 54, providing for a $1000
appropriation for a hearse for tho leper
settlement, Tho committee recom
mended that the resolution bo laid on
the table to bo taken up with the ap
The following bills pissed second
rending ami wero referred to commit
tees: House Ulll 2, Affnnsn, to encourage
tho coffco Industry Agricultural Com
II, I). 3, Affonso, creating an Income
tax on all Incomes In excess of $2000
II. II. 17, Douthltt, amending tho
municipal net aimed at Japanese In
residence districts Judiciary Committee.
H, I). 40, Coney, relating to the Ho
nolulu sewer system Public Lands
II. II. 62, Walwaiolo, providing for
tenders for County supplies Miscel
II. II. 53, Sheldon, requiring the Sec
retary of the Territory to promulgate
tho new Inws by publishing them In
English und Hawaiian Judiciary Com
mittee. H. II. 31, Coney, defining the Judi
cial circuits of tho Territory Judi
II. 11. 54, relating to inventories of
government assets Public Accounts
II. II. 4, Affonso, to boost the sal
aries of tho County Clerk of tho Coun
ty of Hawaii und tho deputy sheriff of
tho Dlstilct of Hnmakua -.Mlscellun
II. II. 0, Affonso, dividing tho County
of Hnwall Into two Senatorial districts
II. II. 51, Long, creating a Juvenile
court Judiciary Committee.
II. 11. 49, Iluddy, tho administration
leprosy b providing for suspect hos
pitals on thp various Islands Police
and Health Committees.
First Day's Hearing
Consists Largely Of
YeRtcrdny afternoon tho Atcberley
case ndvnnced another stage.
Tho arresting otllccr, Police Comt
ccelvlng clerk, nnd n bicycle patrol
man nil repented their evidence as
given In the District Court.
Dr. Wnyson testified as to the
shooting episodes and drew 11 dia
gram of bis house, showing wheic
the bullets struck, Mngoon tried to
prqve thnt n person standing 011 the
btreet could not land n bullet In the
bedroom owing to tho doctor's omto
being In the lino of lire. Dr. Wny
son explained thnt n man standing n
little to 0110 sldo could put a bullet
through the bedroom with ease.
Dr. Emerson evidence was not I
complcto when the court adjourned
at 4:30 o'clock. The doctor testified
to the fact that Atchcrley was In 11
low condition when ho got to the
station nnd thnt ho made 11 request
for drugB which ho said he was used
to. Dr. Emerson said that he gave
him tho drugs. Including opium nnd
cocaine, which had been brought to
the police Btatlon In u package. M.i
goou objected to thedrugs being put
In ovldenco but wns overruled.
Whitney & Marsh
OUR REGULAR ANNUAL
Sale of Skirts
Begins on Monday, March 1st
TWO BILLS PASSED
The sale will Include mnny bargains In
White Silk, White Voile, Black Silk,
and many FANCY and PLAIN CLOTHS.
New Lot of
Dining Room Sets
NEW PAPAIA VARIETY
('Continued From Paze 1)
Pursuant to this recommendation Mo
annuli today Introduced 11 bill to
amend the County Act by adding 11
paragraph to that section defining tho
(lowers of counties, Tho paragraph
added gives tho counties power "to
establish and maintain water and sew
er works; to collect rates for water
kuppllcil to consumers; and for the use
of sewers." The bill passed first read
ing by tlllo nnd went to tho Printing
Sheldon's Little Wants.
Sheldon Is a modest Representative,
coming as ho does from Kauai, but
Just once In n while he wants some
thing mid In hlB gentle nnd dlmdcnt
way asks for It. Ho had u few little
wants this morning, expressed In res
olutlons which he lutioduced: $50
000 for n school houso at Hnuupcpc,
Kuttul; $1500 for a Jail to go with the
school house; $2500 for a reinforced
concrete Jail at Walmea, Kauai; 118,-
COO for the construction of tho Wal
mea river embankment; $5000 for the
construction of a new filter nt the In
take of tho Walmea water works.
Makekau lutioduced a resolution to
appropriate $1000 from the Loan Fund
for the establishing of a -water woiks
system ut Puapua'u, Hnwall.
Kawewehl had a resolution to appro
ptluto $1500 for tho construction of
vaults tu tho Kaltun court house.
The Commlttco on Public Lands nnd
Improumcut reported on Hoiuo Ulll
No. 29. Introduced by Kaleiopu, "An
Act to nmend Act No. 99 og the Ses
sion Laws of 1905 entitled 'An Act
providing for the construction of roads
through nnd from public lands opened
for settlement,'" recommending thut
tho same pass.
Tho buiuo committee, reporting on
Houso Resolution 37, by Hlhlo, provld
lug for the appropriation of $16,000 for
n sower system for Lahalnn, rccom
mended the Insertion of the Item In
the appropriation bill. A similar rec
ommendation wns made In regard to
House Resolution 31, by Nnwuhlne, to
appropriate $35,000 for the Improve
ment of the Walluku-Knhuliil water
Tho following bills wero read tho
second time and referred to commit
tees: H. II. 14, Cnstro, amending the ill
orco lawB Judiciary Committee,
II. II. 30, Kaleiopu, amending ihe
Municipal Act, designed to strip Mayor
Kern of much of his power nnd dignity
House Hill 5, Affonso, to protect pur
chasers of real estate from fraudulent
The Governor's messago received
yestcrdny, recommending an appropri
ation for a leprosy investigation labor
atory, was read and referred to the
Health and Pollco Committee.
Senato Hill 4, Coolho, to prnvldo for
biennial reports to the .Legislature of
Hawaii by counties, passed Its first
rending by title.
Senate Hilt 17, requiring that all of
ficers, clerks, assistants, police, labor
ers, etc., In tho employ of the Govern
ment must be citizens except whero
this Is Impracticable, passed first read'
lug by title, jib did Senate Hill 31, to
make certified copies of public ar
chives rocelvublo In evidence.
EARLY ENGLI8H FINISH
GOLDEN OAK FINISH
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
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Kalama Wouldn't Vote n. ai mg .or 1. e , """ "
Senate Hill No. 39, amending the tain claims brought up at the last
law of eminent domain bo ns to In- session of the Legislature, but wllli
cludc schools nnd recreation grounds drawn on the crroneoiiH Information
In the list of Institutions for which , that they bad been settled. The reso
private property enn bo tuken by tho lutlon follows:
Government, nlbo evoked 11 little ills- 'Resolved, Thnt tho following
cusslon. It came up for Us third 'sums be Inserted In the npproprla
reading, nnd Senator Knlnma refused Hon bill for tho payment of the
to vcte, saving thnt It looked ns claims of tho pontons herein nntned,
though It woro aimed nt him. Ito-wlt: Clnlm of W. K. Kuheleloa.
"I own n pleco of property adjoin- $30; claim or J. P. Kcaupunl. $4;
Ing tho High School," said Kalama. the s.imo being for services perfoim
"Kor BOine time the Government bus ed under the direction of an otllccr
been endeavoring to get possession f tho Department of Public Work,
of that land, nnd I have lefused to during the months of October nnd
enter Into any negotiations, it looks I November. 1900."
very much ns though tho framcrs of .
mat 11111 were aiming uieir measure UI L.I I 1 V KlfllVlllX
nt me. LLIilULU Ull'llUU
Tho bill passed Its third rending,
thero being fourteen "nes" und Kn
lnma, not voting.
House Hill No. 33, providing for
tho nppioprlntlon of $2270 to com
pensate certain persons fur property
on the Island of Molokul taken by
tho Hoard of Health, on motion of
Chllllngwortb passed Its third lead
House Joint Resolution No. 2 pass
ed Its second rending.
Senuto Hill No. 47,
Coelho, providing for
sloners for the several Judicial clr
cults of the Territory, passed Its sec.
BIG GENERAL CARGO
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Pleiades, Captain Armstrong, arrived
cstcrday nfternoon from San l-'nin-clsco
nnd went dliect to the lalhoad
wharf, where she Is discharging her
She brought 11GI tons of cargo for
Honolulu, Including 275 cases uf
powder for tho United StateJ Govern-
Introduced by ment and automobiles for von Hainin-
ball comiuls- Young Co., 3200 tons for Eleele, nnd
lisuu ions lor 11110. noin 1110 r.ieeiu
nnd llllo freight will bo unloaded
ond rending nnd wns referred to tho hero bo that tho Ploludcs can get
Judiciary Committee. nwuy for San I-'runclsco next Satur-
Senate Hill No. 48, amending tho day afternoon,
laws relating to covenants for ro-l The Pleiades encountered head
nowal at auction of certain Govern- winds nnd high sous, but wus not
men leases, passed Its second read- bothered, She plowed along, and yes
Ing nnd was refened to tho Judiciary terdny afternoon ut 1:16 o'clock she
Ommittec. Iwas reported off Koko Head. She
Old Claims Again ' will sail for San Francisco Saturday
uieiuo men Introduced u rcsolu- afternoon.
A Hplondld papain grown by Gerrlt
Wilder Ih on exhibition nt the Promo
tion Committee looms, and everyone
interested In tho development of our
fruits should tuko a look ut It.
This fruit Is a fine specimen of a
vnilety bred and Improved by selec
tion accotdlng to Mr Wllder's tdons.
Alter Friday next Mr. Wilder will
have 1000 packages of seeds of tills
variety for free distribution to any
persons wishing to propogato them,
3 BULLETIN AOS PAY
(Continued From Page 1)
that have been asked for, when tu
le.illty wo know nothing about It. I
Insist that the resolution take tho
same course us others presented,
namely: be tabled until tho time
comes to consider the Appropriation
Robinson bald that be wanted tho
lesolutlou considered by the Health
Committee, so, on-motion, It wns so
High - Class
To Order. Cut, Style and Workmanship
Equal to the Best on the Mainland
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
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